H&S Representative Stage 3


Duration: 2-day course

Day 1: Injury Management
Unit Standard: US 18411

Day 2: Workplace Health and Safety Planning
Unit Standard: US 25042

Health and Safety Representative Stage 3 will help you have a more active part in injury management and health and safety planning in your workplace.

The course has been designed for:
• Experienced representatives
• Anyone who has health and safety responsibilities in the workplace


After completing this course, you’ll be able to:
• Identify the range of physical, emotional, financial, and social costs of incidents
• Provide an overview of the Accident Compensation Act 2001, and understand its terms, definitions, and entitlements
• Explain early reporting and intervention requirements
• Identify employee and employer responsibilities
• Describe the claim lodgement process and requirements for a rehabilitation plan
• Use case studies to gain familiarity with interpreting requirements
• Identify the impact of workplace injuries in terms of cost
• Explain drivers of productivity and their application to workplace health and safety
• Use records to identify workplace patterns of injuries and hazards
• Prepare a health and safety improvement plan

This course has two on-course assessments.


$4950 + GST up to 12 students and $249 for each additional student (max of 16)